Henry and Jake have struck it rich. Now they want to follow their dream and buy a Mississippi river boat. When Henry spots Miss Kitty, he fancies marrying her but she will have nothing to do with his dream or him.
A man and his partner have made their pile and are on their way to do with their money as they had planned when one of them sets eyes on Kitty. He decides that she must be his, and, when she refuses him, he opens a saloon to compete with the Long Branch with drinks that cost half what they do at Kitty's place. He'll put her out of business thereby, he reasons, and then she'll have to marry him.Written by